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  • blow_out_year blow_out_year Jul 31, 2000 11:53 AM Flag

    C-Man is crying again, boo-hoo

    The world will get a Q2 report on August 10, and
    a new DVD on August 8 !!!

    Your day will come
    and then we will all laugh together. Yes?

    It
    is quite probable that there is a good reason you
    don't have your silly report.
    Perhaps Jobs doesn't
    want to tell you about the direction of Pixar until he
    is ready to show you.
    Perhaps Pixar is currently
    in a "forced quite period"
    Perhaps Pixar is up to
    something really big

    Pixar is obviously up to more
    than just one movie a year.
    In fact, their last
    newswire mentioned several products and Linux.

    Next
    month we should have a lot more information and we
    should see a little movement.
    On August 10th Pixar
    will release their Q2 report.
    Then you will have
    most of the information you are looking for.

    By
    October we should see a lot more movement.
    Have you
    noticed that the shorts are starting to bail?
    Over a
    quarter million shorts bailed last month.
    That is a
    very good sign!

    It appears that this stock is
    preparing to fly..

    Here's To New Highs and
    Beyond

    May it happen next month...

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    • I am long Pixar, but I am tired of the defenders
      of this company's total disregard for shareholders.
      It's becoming a sort of "Disney lite."

      Perhaps
      Steve Jobs doesn't care about shareholder
      value.

      Perhaps, Pixar employees don't care about the stock price
      because they get bonuses in stock, not
      options.

      Perhaps the market cap is going up but the share price
      isn't because of dilution.

      Perhaps this is a
      great company, but a lousy stock that institutions are
      not drawn to in a big way because over three years
      this stock has no movement.

      Perhaps
      shareholders should complain to the company about how we are
      treated.

      Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps

      • 1 Reply to rexobXIP
      • I do not understand the source of the 'dilution'
        in your statement, since no insider selling on
        record since Dec. 1999 and net Inst. buying for at least
        3 quarters.
        In addition, Inst. hold most of the
        float and have for quite awhile; this stock suffers
        from too much inst. interest rather than too little.
        TCM alone owns 1/3 of the float. What is the factual
        basis of your statements??

    • The next two weeks look quite
      promising.

      In the next two weeks Pixar has two DVD releases and
      an earnings report.

      Calendar of upcoming
      events
      ----------------------------------------------------------
      * August 1 - Disney Gold Collection Edition of "A
      Bug's Life" On DVD
      * August 8 - Premier release of
      "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command". On Video & DVD
      *
      August 10 - Second Quarter 2000 financial
      results

      * October 14 - Premier of "Buzz Lightyear of Star
      Command". The Television Series
      * October 17 - Release
      of "Toy Story / Toy Story 2 - DVD 2 Pack"
      *
      October 17 - Release of "Toy Story / Toy Story 2
      Collector's Set - DVD 3 Pack"
      * Oct. - Dec. - The launch
      of many new toys and products based on Disney/Pixar
      characters

      * End of summer - Linux for Intel Processors batch
      version of MTOR 2.1
      * End of summer - Alfserver for
      Linux and other supported platforms
      * End of summer
      - Annual Shareholders Meeting

      * In time for
      the holidays: Videos, DVDs, Toys and much, much, more

 

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